FREERIDE 350: SLENDER BODYWORKBack to Bike Next Benefit Previous Benefit
The bodywork of the Freeride 350 has been designed completely from scratch. The result is practical ergonomics with unrestricted freedom of movement due to the extremely slim seat and spoiler lines, and bodywork with excellent contact points between rider and machine. Well protected from dirt, grip recesses integrated in the plastic subframe provide an effective hold should the rear wheel ever become stuck in the mud. Furthermore, the front fender and headlight mask are also new designs for the Freeride 350.
The long, slender seat ensures unrestricted freedom of movement and a very good level of seating comfort for this operational use. It can be tipped up easily for filling the bike with fuel by means of an intelligent seat locking system. With a seat height of only 895 mm, the Freeride 350 always provides the rider with good ground contact and therefore better riding safety, even in tough terrain.
The fuel tank made from transparent plastic lies well protected between the upper frame profiles beneath the seat. The capacity of approx. 5.5 l is sufficient with the economical four-stroke engine featuring fuel injection, even for longer tours. Thanks to the transparent material, the fuel level can easily be made out from the exterior and a low-fuel light positioned between steering head and seat gives an additional indication. An easily accessible and well protected air filter cartridge is housed at the rear of the fuel tank and its height enables a decidedly good wad depth.